A crowd gathers at the Bathurst 1000 as an Australian Army band breaks into Rage Against the Machine’s “Killing in the Name Of.” Three policewoman in the audience jump in on the fun. This song is so blatantly against Police and Military authority, it makes the whole scene incredibly ironic.
“Mumble Rap” has become one of the most popular and most criticized forms of music today. With artists like Future and Young Thug focusing more on melody and beats than clarity and enunciation, some listeners are hoping the culture shifts back to highlighting lyrical ability. California rapper Hopsin has stepped up to address his less lyrical peers with the new video “No Words.”
This new video is exactly what you’d expect from Tyler, with off the wall, and socially confronting visuals that find him coated in white paint and hanging from a tree, before later transitioning into an old 70’s tv show where Tyler goes on to perform another record off Cherry Bomb, “Find You Wings.”
Erik Le Boy has a voice like the skin of a chameleon, that can change to sound exactly like multiple different singers. Pretty darn impressive.
Over the weekend in Sao Paulo, FURIA INC. played a wild gig at the Carioca Club. Denis Ono was there armed with his camera and snapped a few quality photos of lead singer Victor Cutrale wearing Shock Mansion. We’d like to use this opportunity to say thank you to all involved. It’s always awesome to see such strong support from the other side of the planet. Respect.